Covering every hamlet and precinct in America, big and small, the stories span arts and sports, business and history, innovation and adventure, generosity and courage, resilience and redemption, faith and love, past and present. In short, Our American Stories tells the story of America to Americans.

About Lee Habeeb

Lee Habeeb co-founded Laura Ingraham’s national radio show in 2001, moved to Salem Media Group in 2008 as Vice President of Content overseeing their nationally syndicated lineup, and launched Our American Stories in 2016. He is a University of Virginia School of Law graduate, and writes a weekly column for Newsweek.

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Who Does This Medal of Honor Belong To?

A Letter From a Widow of the Black Hawk Down Mission to Her Daughters

On this episode of Our American Stories, "For now I must take the responsibility for keeping his life entwined with yours." Carmen Gordon remembers her husband Gary for their two children, sharing with them who he was - a responsible father.

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Remembering the Worst Naval Disaster In American History (The USS Indianapolis)—A Story Featured in the Movie "Jaws"

On this episode of Our American Stories, Robert Shaw's "Quint" told the world about what happened to the USS Indianapolis in the hit movie "Jaws." The late Edgar Harrell, the last surviving Marine from the downed ship, tells the real-life story of that fateful day. It's a story you won't soon forget.

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The Gettysburg Soldier Who Received The Medal of Honor 151 Years After His Death

On this episode of Our American Stories, here's the story of Alanzo Cushing as told by those who fought to have him recognized long after he fell at Gettysburg.

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Why Memorial Day Matters to Me: The Story the Uncle That Lee Habeeb Never Knew—He Was Killed in Action in WWII

On this episode of Our American Stories, Lee Habeeb shares a very personal Memorial Day story.

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A Medal of Honor Recipient Through The Eyes of His Father

On this episode of Our American Stories, Paul Monti, father of Medal of Honor recipient Jared Monti, tells his son's story.

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She's Seen It All: The Story of Mayor, Liquor Store Owner, Garbage Woman, and Teacher Cubby Hall

On this episode of Our American Stories, Cubby Hall has been a mayor, a garbage woman, a liquor store owner, a pioneer in the Women's Army Corps (WAC), and a teacher in a one-room schoolhouse. In her words, she's "seen it all." Here's her story.

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Life Beyond My Wildest Dreams: Professional Dog Walker

On this episode of Our American Stories,  Ryan Stewart went most of his life unsure of his purpose... But, there was one thing that kept him going -- dogs. He shares his story of how canines have helped him - in manageable doses.

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The Sidney Poitier Story

On this episode of Our American Stories, Sidney Poitier's elegant bearing and principled onscreen characters made him Hollywood's first black movie star and the first black man to win the best actor Oscar. Sidney Poitier: Man, Actor, Icon was the first full biography of legendary actor Sidney Poitier written by Aram Goudsouzian, professor of history at the University of Memphis.

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The Scout Never Called: Growing Up in Competitive Sports

On this episode of Our American Stories, Roger Rench shares with us some memories of his time playing various competitive sports throughout his life that are sure to put a smile on your face.

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